A Bibliography of the Works of John Galsworthy.

A Bibliography of the Works of John Galsworthy.
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London: Elkin Matthews & Marrot, New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1928. 8vo, xii, 252pp. plus frontispiece and 1 plate. Original green cloth stamped in gilt to top board and backstrip, top edge green, no dust jacket; frontispiece portrait ot Galsworthy from a photograph, as well as 1 plate from a sketch of ‘Breezy Jack,’ both with printed tissue guards. Bookplate affixed to front pastedown, several pages unopened. Browning of endpapers, some bumping to edges, binding slightly loose. Very good. First edition of a book that William Reese, ABAA, describes as “a breakthrough in the art of descriptive bibliography.” Includes an index and a foreword by the author. (Item Id: 104351)

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